One of the top teams in the WNBA is well represented in the list of the top 25 players in league history, which was announced on Sunday in the 25th season of the WNBA.
Katie Smith-the current Lynx assistant coach and the main players of the 2000s team-Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus and Sylvia Fowles, they are still playing center for Minnesota at the MVP level, and they have all advanced.
Smith, Whelen, Moore and August are all in the list of the top 20 players in the 20-year league announced in 2016. Fowles won the WNBA MVP Award and Finals MVP Award in 2017, and is now included in the league list-Elite of the Times.
Minnesota has won four championships as a team.
“Throughout the season, the WNBA and our fans have celebrated the 25 years of the WNBA’s impact on sports and society,” WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert said in a statement. “I can’t think of a better way to pay tribute to those responsible for this influence than to reveal the membership of this famous group W25. These athletes played the highest level of games on the court-they were scorers and rebounds. Hands, assist makers and defensive finishers, leaders and mentors. In the community, they individually and collectively have a strong voice, expressing opinions on important issues in our society. Together, they have changed the way the game is played and people’s perception The athlete’s approach has become an incredible role model and has inspired generations of young and diverse athletes.”
The only Bobcats player not included in the list is the current assistant coach Rebecca Brunson, who ranks second in the league’s historical rebounding list, second only to Falls, and is the only one to win five WNBA championships. Players.
This list is mainly composed of players of the MVP candidate type.